Joe Biden bans president and nationals of Nicaragua from the US

President Joe Biden this week announced that Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and officials in his government are restricted from entering the United States due to "the suppression of human rights and democracy," in the country. United States president Joe Biden Ortega, who has been in office since 2007, recently won reelection after having banned most of the … Continue reading Joe Biden bans president and nationals of Nicaragua from the US

How Confucius contributed to the development of political science and democracy

Who was Confucius? Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC) was a Chinese philosopher who is considered one of the most important and influential people in the world today. His contributions to democracy and the development of political science through teachings and theories are immeasurable (Csikszentmihalyi., 2020). Statute of the great Chinese philosopher, Confucius Confucius was … Continue reading How Confucius contributed to the development of political science and democracy

Trump: I’m not undermining America’s democracy, I’m the one trying to save it

Rebuking the unraveling of America under President Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump struck back at media suggesting he is attempting to "undermine American democracy," defiantly declaring: "I'm the one that's trying to save it." Donald Trump "They want to silence you; they want to silence your voice," Trump told the North Carolina Republican Party … Continue reading Trump: I’m not undermining America’s democracy, I’m the one trying to save it

Muhammadu Buhari

A big question for President Muhammadu Buhari

My Reflections On The Strange Turmoil That Tends To Engulf South-East Of Nigeria:By Sir Don Ubani; KSC, JPOkwubunka of Asa.29th April, 2021. For any group of people to be fairly and properly evaluated, their antecedent and pedigree should, of necessity, be examined from their historical perspectives. The people of South-East of Nigeria and, indeed, the … Continue reading A big question for President Muhammadu Buhari

Niger Republic inaugurates its first democratically elected president

Niger’s Mohamed Bazoum was sworn in as president Friday, marking the country’s first peaceful transfer of power in a democratic watershed that was overshadowed by an alleged coup attempt earlier this week underscoring instability fears in the West African nation. Bazoum's inauguration marked Niger’s first-ever transition between elected presidents since the country gained independence from France … Continue reading Niger Republic inaugurates its first democratically elected president

Muhammadu Buhari

How Buhari plans to end poverty in Nigeria

In his efforts to get reduce unemployment level among the youths in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the increase of N-Power beneficiaries by one million. The president also approved expansion of the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Program (GEEP). This was disclosed on Thursday, December 10, via his verified Twitter handle @MBuhari, adding that the … Continue reading How Buhari plans to end poverty in Nigeria

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Trump wants quick impeachment trial in the Senate

US President Donald Trump demanded an immediate trial in the Senate and alleged that the Democrats failed to give him a due process in the House of Representatives. "So after the Democrats gave me no Due Process in the House, no lawyers, no witnesses, no nothing, they now want to tell the Senate how to … Continue reading Trump wants quick impeachment trial in the Senate

Taiwan seeking global support against China

    Since revealing his invigorated quest to win control of Taiwan in his New Year speech, the Chinese President Xi Jinping has kept up the pressure on the self-ruled island. Image shows Chinese president Xi Jin Ping and his Taiwanese counterpart Tsai Ing-wen Since the end of a civil war on the mainland in … Continue reading Taiwan seeking global support against China

What “Corruption” means in Nigeria

  Corruption is the single greatest obstacle preventing Nigeria from achieving its enormous potential. It drains billions of dollars a year from the country’s economy, stymies development, and weakens the social contract between the government and its people. Nigerians view their country as one of the world’s most corrupt and struggle daily to cope with … Continue reading What “Corruption” means in Nigeria

INEC Commissioner demands public apology over rigging allegations in Ekiti

While President Muhammadu Buhari urged losers at the Ekiti State governorship election to be gallant in conceding defeat and use constitutional means to settle whatever grievances they may have rather than resort to self-help, the National Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mrs. Amina Zakari, has other demands. In her response to allegations of … Continue reading INEC Commissioner demands public apology over rigging allegations in Ekiti